Moneyball All-Stars - Moneyball for Government

By investing limited taxpayer dollars in programs that work, we can improve outcomes for children, their families and communities across the country.

Bipartisan leaders from the public and private sectors have joined our All-Star lineup to tell government at all levels that it’s time to play Moneyball:

  • Gina Raimondo

    U.S. Secretary of Commerce; Former Governor of Rhode Island

  • Taylor Randall

    Dean, David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah

  • Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

    Former Mayor of Baltimore

  • Bruce Reed

    White House Deputy Chief of Staff to President Joe Biden; Former Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to Vice President Joe Biden (Obama Administration); Former Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council (Clinton Administration)

  • Kasim Reed

    Former Mayor of Atlanta

  • Robert Reifsnyder

    President, United Way of Greater Cincinnati

  • Robert Reischauer

  • Theresa Reno-Weber

    President and CEO, Metro United Way

  • Heather Reynolds

    President and CEO, Catholic Charities Fort Worth

  • Dennis M. Richardson

    CEO, Hillside Family of Agencies

  • Mary Cathryn Ricker

    Former Commissioner of Education, Minnesota Department of Education

  • Jeffrey C. Riley

    Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

  • Richard Riley

    Former Secretary, U.S. Department of Education, President Bill Clinton; Former Governor of South Carolina

  • Roberto J. Rodríguez

    President and CEO, Teach Plus

  • Joel Rose

    Co-Founder and CEO, New Classrooms

  • Kathy Roth-Douquet

    President and CEO, Blue Star Families

  • Robert E. Rubin

    Former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Department (Clinton)

  • Michael Rubinger

    Former President & CEO, Local Initiatives Support Corporation

  • Christopher Ruszkowski

    Former Secretary of Education, New Mexico Department of Public Education

  • Former U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI)